New executive director for AgScape

Glenna Banda, University of Guelph graduate and most recently, executive director of The Children’s Foundation of Guelph Wellington (CFGW), has been appointed executive director of AgScape, beginning May 8, 2019.  The organization is the voice of agriculture in the classroom in Ontario.

 

A native of Saskatchewan, Banda has used multiple skills to triple fundraising revenue for CFGW. Her culture of philanthropy has inspired staff, volunteers and the community, resulting in CFGW being named One of Canada’s Top Children’s Charities by Financial Post Magazine.

 

 

 

Source: AgScape April 16, 2019 news release

Publish date: 
Tuesday, April 16, 2019

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